Seahawks Earn 52-36 Shootout Win At Bryant Behind Fulse, Linta
Smithfield, RI – Senior preseason All-American running back Ryan Fulse ran for 218 yards on 36 carries and three touchdowns, and added a fourth receiving, while fifth-year senior quarterback T.J. Lintapassed for 167 yards and three scores in leading the Wagner football team to a 52-36 victory at Bryant on Saturday. In snapping a three-game losing streak to Bryant, the Seahawks improve to 3-7 on the season, 2-3 in the Northeast Conference (NEC) while the Bulldogs fall to 6-4 overall and 3-3 in league play. For Fulse, today's effort was the third 200-yard rushing game of his career, with two of those efforts coming against Bryant. In last season's meeting on Staten Island, Fulse rumbled for a then career-high 228 yards on 25 carries, a mark he bettered in the 2018 season-opening win over Bowie State when he totaled 271 yards on the ground. Wagner jumped out to an early 17-0 lead on a pair of short Fulse TD runs, each of which capped long drives, that were sandwiched around a 28-yard field goal by sophomore Eric Silvester.
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Bryant got on the board with a seven-yard touchdown run by Brenden Femiano midway through the second quarter to make it a 17-7 game. After the Seahawk defense came up with a big 4th-and-1 stop, Linta went up top on first down, delivering a 38-yard touchdown strike to senior wide receiver D'Erren Wilson that put the Seahawks on top 24-7 but this was just the first of three TDs the teams would combine for in the final 3:40 of the opening half. Bryant's Jean Constant returned the ensuing kickoff 97 yards for a score that drew the Bulldogs within 10 points at 24-14. The Seahawks then took over on their own 25 following a touchback with 3:19 left in the half and promptly marched down the field, with Linta execu